On March 23rd, Alex Lebow, Director of External Engagement at Nike, and Scott Vitters, Nike’s Senior Director of Environmental Management and Innovation, met with 14 Nicholas School students and 4 Fuqua School of Business students to answer questions about how Nike approaches sustainability and discuss their plans to reach 2020 sustainability targets. The Nicholas School’s
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This year’s Alumni Reunion Weekend took place on April 13th and 14th, and was headlined by two new programming events for this year — a retirement send off for veteran staff member, Karen Kirchof, and a Saturday night party in the Duke Forest. Saturday’s annual Reunion Picnic included the retirement send-off for Kirchof, founder and
The Duke Conservation Society (DCS) has been busy this year with engaging and high-impact programming – much of which has been made possible by members of the Duke alumni community. Getting Started The DCS started their year off in the fall with an enriching trip to the Duke Lemur Center in September. Just a few
Three Nicholas School students – Sydney Fishman MEM’18, Lisa Remlinger DEL-MEM’18 and Eric Smith MF/MBA’18 – were awarded the Forever Duke Student Leadership Award by the Duke Alumni Association (DAA) last month for their service as Alumni Council Fellows. According to the DAA, “the honor is awarded to students of high integrity, who are strong advocates for the Duke community,
Durham startup, Tyrata, secured $4.5 million based on a Duke technology license, made possible by the Nicholas School Environmental Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program.
Nicholas School Alumni Council member Kim Cesafsky (MEM/MF’14) recently shared her thoughts on Nicholas School’s Reunion Weekend. What have you enjoyed about Reunion Weekend in year’s past? Reunion is a good opportunity to reconnect with the Nic school. In years past, I’ve enjoyed reconnecting with old classmates and Nicholas faculty and staff, checking out the